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  • Oil bear trap, anticipations to rebound - 11 June 2017

    Since OPEC and other oil producing nations agreed to cut output, Brent crude oil has kept an average bull to some extent moving along the hopes shared by those nations. This impression, however, has been fading increasingly till it perished on Wednesday when Brent closed at its lowest level since then.
  • Stable Growing of Demands for Oil - 29th of April 2017

    The Saudi Aramco CEO Amin Nasser stated that the Oil price will increase as the global economy will soar up 100% by 2050. He refused the theories that estimate peak for Oil price within years as the Oil will be the main source of energy for the world. Some financial analyst and Oil companies believe that the Oil demand is at its maximum level and it will fall down as the demand for battery-powered cars will make the Oil price peaks in 2030.
  • Impact of New Lumber Tariffs on US Coal Export - 27th of April 2017

    The ban request on United States coal shipments in an open letter from Christy Clark to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shows counteraction to the new US tariffs on softwood lumber. The tensions heated up after the increment on softwood lumber tariffs from Canada to the United States. After President Trump addressed termination of NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) agreement, some Canada and Mexico stocks plunged sharply. The attacks of President Trump on Canadian dairy pricing intensify the tension.
  • Bank of France view on economic growth - 12 June 2017

    Growth in the French economy is expected to accelerate in the second quarter to 0.5%, after a 0.3% increase in gross domestic product (GDP) in the first quarter, said the Bank of France (BF) on Monday, June 12.
  • Interest in European Stocks Soars after French Presidential Election - 28th of Apr 2017

    After the 1st round of French Presidential Election, Euro has touched higher price against US dollar. The sign of more stable political environment makes investors to invest on European stocks as well as Euro currency. The first round result shows considerably higher chance on presidency of Emmanuel Macron against Marine Le Pen.
  • Renegotiation of NAFTA - 27th of April 2017

    Despite of previous address regarding NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) termination, President Trump agreed to negotiate with President Peña Nieto and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for a better and stronger agreement for all three countries. The two-decade old agreement needs swift reconsideration by the three leaders to prevent the White House intention from withdrawing. Last week news revealed that the White House has prepared a draft to notify the United States withdraw from NAFTA. This Draft would give Canada and Mexico a six-month notice of exit from the agreement by United States.
  • OPEC most likely success of extending oil cut

    It seems that the biggest petroleum countries are seeking to double their gains in oil markets by adapting a reduction agreement once again.
  • New Austerity program in Saudi Arabia aiming at unfinished projects

    Saudi Arabia’s oil-based economy has seen so many fluctuations since the first drilling projects, but the kingdom had a great growth by the oil price explosion in 1970s. The oil windfall changed the face of the kingdom and people, especially within the next decades when they got more accustomed to abundance. The 2014 oil slip had its impact on welfare in Saudi Arabia since they used their currency reserves and face a budget deficit reached 16% of economic output. The oil price collapse carried big challenges to GCC countries especially Saudi Arabia as engaged directly to regional conflicts. The kingdom has been facing the regional changes politically and economically since 2011 when the “Arabian Spring” began; the army was engaged in Yemen civil war.
  • OPEC most likely success of extending oil cut

    It seems that the biggest petroleum countries are seeking to double their gains in oil markets by adapting a reduction agreement once again.
  • Bank of France view on economic growth - 12 June 2017

    Growth in the French economy is expected to accelerate in the second quarter to 0.5%, after a 0.3% increase in gross domestic product (GDP) in the first quarter, said the Bank of France (BF) on Monday, June 12.
  • Oil bear trap, anticipations to rebound - 11 June 2017

    Since OPEC and other oil producing nations agreed to cut output, Brent crude oil has kept an average bull to some extent moving along the hopes shared by those nations. This impression, however, has been fading increasingly till it perished on Wednesday when Brent closed at its lowest level since then.
  • Euro after French Presidential Election - From Iffy to Favorite - 26th Apr 2017

    It was a week ago that Euro has face sharp decline against US Dollar. The Brexit and United States Presidential result has increased the political risk specially on European Currencies.
  • Impact of President Trump First 100 Days on Forex Market - 29 April 2017

    The currency market have experienced highest records of transactions during the first 100 days Presidency of President Trump as a result of his new revision of some major financial subject. Prime financial companies that provide settlement services in the foreign exchange market believe that President Trump and his administration have great impact on bumping transactions up by haunting news headlines
  • Stable Growing of Demands for Oil - 29th of April 2017

    The Saudi Aramco CEO Amin Nasser stated that the Oil price will increase as the global economy will soar up 100% by 2050. He refused the theories that estimate peak for Oil price within years as the Oil will be the main source of energy for the world. Some financial analyst and Oil companies believe that the Oil demand is at its maximum level and it will fall down as the demand for battery-powered cars will make the Oil price peaks in 2030.
  • Interest in European Stocks Soars after French Presidential Election - 28th of Apr 2017

    After the 1st round of French Presidential Election, Euro has touched higher price against US dollar. The sign of more stable political environment makes investors to invest on European stocks as well as Euro currency. The first round result shows considerably higher chance on presidency of Emmanuel Macron against Marine Le Pen.
  • Impact of New Lumber Tariffs on US Coal Export - 27th of April 2017

    The ban request on United States coal shipments in an open letter from Christy Clark to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shows counteraction to the new US tariffs on softwood lumber. The tensions heated up after the increment on softwood lumber tariffs from Canada to the United States. After President Trump addressed termination of NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) agreement, some Canada and Mexico stocks plunged sharply. The attacks of President Trump on Canadian dairy pricing intensify the tension.
  • Renegotiation of NAFTA - 27th of April 2017

    Despite of previous address regarding NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) termination, President Trump agreed to negotiate with President Peña Nieto and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for a better and stronger agreement for all three countries. The two-decade old agreement needs swift reconsideration by the three leaders to prevent the White House intention from withdrawing. Last week news revealed that the White House has prepared a draft to notify the United States withdraw from NAFTA. This Draft would give Canada and Mexico a six-month notice of exit from the agreement by United States.
  • New Austerity program in Saudi Arabia aiming at unfinished projects

    Saudi Arabia’s oil-based economy has seen so many fluctuations since the first drilling projects, but the kingdom had a great growth by the oil price explosion in 1970s. The oil windfall changed the face of the kingdom and people, especially within the next decades when they got more accustomed to abundance. The 2014 oil slip had its impact on welfare in Saudi Arabia since they used their currency reserves and face a budget deficit reached 16% of economic output. The oil price collapse carried big challenges to GCC countries especially Saudi Arabia as engaged directly to regional conflicts. The kingdom has been facing the regional changes politically and economically since 2011 when the “Arabian Spring” began; the army was engaged in Yemen civil war.

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